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Dream Kitchens 2014 Resources: Cabinets and Kitchen Designers


Dream Kitchens 2014 Resources: Cabinets and Kitchen Designers

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Dream Kitchens 2014 Resources: Cabinets and Kitchen Designers
News from Washingtonian.com:

Absolute Kitchens By appointment; 161 Fort Evans Rd., NE, Suite 120, Leesburg; 703-917-0744; absolute-kitchens.com.

Aidan Design 8935 Brookville Rd., Silver Spring; 301-320-8735; aidandesign.com.

Boffi 3320 M St., NW; 202-337-7700; boffigeorgetown.com.

Bradford Design 7817 Oldchester Rd., Bethesda; 301-320-0930; bradforddesignllc.com.

Bulthaup 3324 Cady’s Alley, NW; 202-338-2220; washington.bulthaup.com.

Cameo Kitchens 7297-M Lee Hwy., Falls Church; 703-532-4545; cameokitchensonline.com.

Davida’s Kitchen & Tiles 435-A&B E. Diamond Ave., Gaithersburg; 240-361-9331; davidaskitchenandtiles.com.

Design House Kitchens & Appliances 8220 Wellmoor Ct., Savage, 301-498-0001; 14101-H Parke Long Ct., Chantilly, 703-263-2700; designhousekitchens.com.

Design Solutions 1598-D Whitehall Rd., Annapolis; 410-757-6100; dsikitchens.com.

Ikea 10100 Baltimore Ave., College Park; 2901 Potomac Mills Cir., Woodbridge; 888-888-4532 (same number for both); ikea-usa.com.

Jack Rosen Custom Kitchens 12223 Nebel St., Rockville; 301-363-4064; jackrosen.com.

Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath 6935 Wisconsin Ave.,…………… continues on Washingtonian.com

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Refresh your kitchen with a few smart updates
News from The Seattle Times:

Originally published December 12, 2014 at 8:00 PM | Page modified December 21, 2014 at 9:08 AM

I’ve always been motivated by deadlines. Nothing drives me to do a little redecorating like the approach of the holidays, especially when I will be the hostess.

This time of the year the most important room in the house is the kitchen. That’s where the action will be. At this point, a new kitchen is clearly not a possibility. But you still have time to refresh yours with a good cleanup, new cabinet hardware and possibly some new glass cabinet-door inserts.

Let’s start with cleanup. If your wall cabinets don’t go all the way to the ceiling and you’ve been using this space for display, I urge you to reconsider. Nothing says out of date like dusty fake ivy draped across the cluttered tops of your cabinets.

You really don’t need to put anything up there. But if you can’t resist, less is more. Whatever you choose, it has to be clean. And as for the fake ivy, pitch it.

Replacing cabinets every time trends change is not an option for most of us. But embracing parts of a new look is doable.

A good example: glass inserts. The trend is cabinet doors with clear textured glass — not smooth and not stained glass. Most glass shops offer a selection that can be cut and installed in a few days.

Cabinet hardware can transform the…………… continues on The Seattle Times

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